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Diary May 12, 1919


German Minister President vs Treaty of Versailles
Minister President Scheidemann speaks out at the stages of the Reichstag in Berlin against the acceptance of the Treaty of Versailles.
World War One Diary for Monday, May 12, 1919:


Germany: National Assembly meets in Berlin, Chancellor Scheidemann asks ‘What hand would not wither’ if treaty signed.
France – Peace Process: Economic Council decides on further blockade measures if Germany refuses to sign Treaty.
Britain: Covent Garden Opera House reopens.

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